Camp Joy partners with organizations to provide unique, hands-on, outdoor experiences for underserved youth and families. The goals of theses programs are to create a safe place to enhance relationships with those in similar situations, learn new skills, and enhance self-esteem.
Camp Joy provides summer camp and year-round reunion opportunities for:
Low-Income Youth and Families
- Current partners: Boys & Girls Clubs, Police Youth Live In Camp, Gladhouse, St. Joes, St. Vincent de Paul
Youth and Families Affiliated with Children’s Services
- Current partners: St Joseph Orphanage, Clinton, Montgomery, Butler Co. Children Services, Children’s Home of Cincinnati
Youth and Families with Medical Conditions
- Current partners: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, ArthritisFoundation, Camp Sunrise, Amputee Coalition of America, American Diabetes Association
Camps for Grieving Children and Families
- Current partners: Hospice of Cincinnati, Hospice of Dayton, Starshine Hospice
Did you Know?
Camp Joy has served at-risk youth from Greater Cincinnati since 1938.
Good News at Camp Joy
Observatory finds home at Camp Joy
Camp Joy and Warren County Astronomical Society (WCAS) will partner to provide a unique opportunity to campers and the Warren County community.·This opportunity is made possible by the donation of a·telescope by Jeff Blazey, an amateur astronomer, funds raised by the WCAS to build the observatory, and the use of Camp Joy's land, that is suitable for viewing the night sky because of low levels of light pollution. ·The Observatory, set to break ground this summer, will bring new experiences to the guests that attend Camp Joy·and serve as a way for the Warren County community to explore the night sky. ·For more info please visit - Warren County Astronomical Society
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